Types of Injuries Covered by Workers' Comp
Loveland Workers' Comp Lawyer
If you are injured while on the job or as a result of your work duties, your medical care benefits will be covered by workers' compensation insurance provided by your employer. By law, each employee is covered for "work-related" injuries but questions can still arise on what that means. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from an accident on the job you should consult with an experienced Loveland workers' comp attorney at Busch Law Offices for more information.
Our law firm is a family run business that has been representing people from Loveland and Larimer County for over 30 years. We pride ourselves for given personal attention to each of our clients and working with them personally until their case is resolved. While a strained back or carpal tunnel syndrome are obvious examples of a work-related injury, there are other types of injuries, illnesses and chronic conditions that you should be aware could also be covered under workers' comp coverage.
Workers' Comp Attorney in Loveland
Under Colorado's workers' comp insurance program you could be entitled to coverage for any of the following injuries or conditions:
- Injuries resulting from on the job activities such as back or muscle strain, sprains or broken bones caused by falls or equipment accidents, repetitive job injuries such as carpal tunnel, and other types of injuries including burns, explosions or exposure to chemical or other toxic elements.
- Debilitating diseases such as lung cancer caused by prolonged exposure to toxins in the workplace
- Injuries experienced while attending any work related function or while in a company facility.
- An already pre-existing condition may not be covered unless it can be shown that such a condition was aggravated or worsened by your job duties.
There are many rules and restrictions regarding properly filing a workers' comp claim. To be sure yours is properly submitted with all the necessary documentation for your claim to be paid you should consult with a knowledgeable workers' comp lawyer. If your claim has been submitted to review or has been delayed or denied, we can help you sort out the problem.
Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Lawyer to find out if your injury or illness is covered. We can help you file a successful settlement claim.